Next week the 147th Open Championship returns to Carnoustie, where the game of golf has been played for well over four centuries. The first mention of the game of“gowff” being played in the Angus town can be found in the Parish Records of 1560 and there is every indication that the game has played an important part in the town’s life ever since. In 1839 the Carnoustie Golf Club was formed, making it the oldest artisan club in the world. With such an historic venue, and many of the game’s current superstars rounding into form, this year’s Open promises to be one for the ages.
Lithographs printed on 65# cover weight, natural white paper
Digital fine art prints on archival, uncoated paper. Printed with lightfast inks, resulting in greater color saturation and clarity
Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Digitally printed with lightfast inks on fine art canvas. These prints are hand-stretched on medium or heavyweight stretcher bars and shipped ready to hang.